Brainwash stories, books, poems, and more

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Will Rebecca give in to the power of social media? Read More

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Innocence is something that is hard to keep when you live the life of a girl named Faith. Parents divorced, faith has had it rough her whole life. Nearly beaten to death when young by her own mother. She is a young teenage girl who will press anybody's buttons and… Read More

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this is an idea i had at work today. ive been wanting to write and im realising i need work. but this is my start. Read More
A logical guide toward living by grace and love, utilizing the benefits of neuro-plasticity, logic, the wisdom of pious religions, and common sense. Read More

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A short story about an an average girl attempting to untie herself from society. Read More
When wealthy Russian investors contract L.A. psychologist Joel Fischer to develop a device to manipulate minds, the Dreemweever exceeds all expectations. Everything is on track for delivery and a big payday, until two adventurous stoners steal his Dodge Challenger that, unknown to them, contains the Dreemweever in its trunk. Fischer… Read More
I enjoy medieval-themed fiction and I quite frequently like to use such metaphors in my poems. I hope you enjoy this. And it was so fun searching for helmet pictures! :) Read More

Book / Mystery and Crime

September 23, 2011

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Knight Hale has always been able to see ghosts, unknown to him; he has the ability to cast idle souls into his command. Although, given the skills, looks and talent, he is an arrogant self-centered man with an undeniably huge ego. Because of his rude and insolent actions he was… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 21, 2011

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Down the rollar coaster, All love shatters, Merely memories remain, Thinking of the old days. Read More

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Have you ever really listened to music? Sometimes it's not what we hear that can harm us, but what we can't. When a college science professor harnesses the ability to read and control human thoughts through radio transmissions, he's kidnapped and not heard from again. Meanwhile, a string of grotesque… Read More
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